What did boys and girls wear during the early 1900s? Thirty pages of colorable illustration — based on authentic merchandise in Sears catalogs from 1901 through 1921 — provide some answers. For special occasions, girls looked splendid in frilly dresses with lots of lace and ruffles. Kn... read more
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What did boys and girls wear during the early 1900s? Thirty pages of colorable illustration — based on authentic merchandise in Sears catalogs from 1901 through 1921 — provide some answers. For special occasions, girls looked splendid in frilly dresses with lots of lace and ruffles. Knee-length trousers and high-top boots were popular with boys. Both favored hats. Coloring book fans and fashion mavens will treasure this collection and its delightful glimpse of early-20th-century styles for kids.
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